Hey guys - I haven't been posting much and it's looking kind of boring in here as of late so thought I could give you vets something to sink your teeth into.... There has been many a "mousse" thread, but I'm looking for some very specific info. I know the gang here has this covered so if you wouldn't mind: So on a FRONT mousse only....How are you guys prepping the wheel? I'm guessing ONE rimlock, and taping the rim with duct tape or similar....mousse lube. In RACE CONDITIONS, AND RIDING AGGRESSIVELY - how many miles are you getting on them IN THE FRONT? (read "riding aggressively" as competitive pace in a SCORE race) In normal riding conditoins, training to race...desert treks 200+ miles at a time... Riding at speed etc, open desert...What kind of mileage are you getting on them....IN THE FRONT? What happens when a FRONT mousse goes out on you? Is it total bead failure and you're up shit's creek or can you ride out on a FRONT mousse "flat" / "failure" for a bit before you have problems? One REAR MOUSSE question: Upon failure of the mousse....I've heard you are not only up shit's creek but without a paddle, boat...Total meltdown. No way to ride out...do not pass go. I know you can ride out on lots of desert tires with a tube flat for miles and miles.... Why would running a mousse, basically which is a foam tube be any different?... If you lost a REAR mousse in say a 739AT couldn't you just grind it out to the next stop / pit? Mounting: I hear guys say that they take an army to mount. I've also heard that some of the legendary baja dogs can mount them with one arm tied behind their backs and one lever.... in the garage, in the dark, underwater.... Which one is it? What's the trick? Haven't used them...Going to use them. Want to know what I'm getting myself into before it happens. Thanks in advance Baja dogs...I appreciate it .